Purposes of this question is *not* to start a debate on the pros/cons of framed vs. frameless windows. Working on my 17A build sheet, and I've educated myself to the point of analysis paralysis already ;-)
My specific question - does anyone have pictures of how far the frameless windows open? I'm trying to ascertain the trade-off in air movement. Here's a link to a picture on the Escape site, and I'm trying to determine if these windows are fully opened: http://escapetrailer.com/wp-content/...teriorRear.jpg
Ask and you shall receive...
Not as far as I thought they would and yes they may block wind blowing directly at them. However if you consider they are open on 3 sides the square inches add up.
The rear window of that picture shows the escape hatch which opens up more than the normal awning windows.
No mater what windows you select, you get one of them.
So many modifications...so little time.
I just recently noticed that one of the loft windows in our 5.0TA can open further than the other frameless windows. It seems that it doesn't have the spacer that restricts the distance opened in the other windows. I wonder if it is advisable to remove or shorten the spacers.